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National Night out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie.  On, Tuesday August 6th MADD SC staff and volunteers had the opportunity to participate in various national night out campaigns around the state.  We had tables...
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Patti Rubenzer of Spartanburg County shared her victim impact statement with us that she delivered at the sentencing of the man who took her son’s life. Feb 8th we lost everything we knew. Our beloved Ethan, our family as we...
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MADD SC is happy to introduce the newest member of our team, Chandler Boatwright.  Chandler started June 3rd and will be taking over the Coastal Court Monitoring project that is monitoring misdemeanor DUI cases in Berkeley, Charleston, and Horry Counties. ...
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The brothers of Chi Psi fraternity at the University of South Carolina are hosting a golf tournament in honor of their brother David Newell who was killed in a crash on Nov. 15th, 2017.  The fraternity decided all proceeds of...
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On Tuesday July 24th, 2018, Victim Services Volunteer and Charleston Area Victim Impact Panel (VIP) Coordinator, Paula Schaefer, was honored by the Charleston County Sheriff’s Office. Paula received the Good Citizen Award for her work with the MADD Victim Impact...
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On August 7th, 2018, MADD SC attended National Night Out with the Mount Pleasant Police Department. National Night Out is a campaign that promotes healthy community partnerships with local law enforcement. Law enforcement meet with community members with the goal...
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We’re very excited to introduce our newest staff member, Tori Brant.  Tori is a Program Coordinator, contributing to the success of both of our Court Monitoring grants, which currently cover Greenville, Pickens, Richland, Kershaw, Charleston, Berkeley, and Horry Counties.  Tori...
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MADD SC was honored to once again speak at Fort Jackson’s annual Alcohol Awareness Sessions. MADD SC staff members Chris Phillips and Kimberly Cockrell spoke to approximately 1000 service members as well as civilian staff concerning the dangers of impaired...
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MADD SC is happy to report that our underage drinking prevention programs are going great.  Our program specialist, Ashley Merrick, has been busy the past couple of months sharing our MADD message and encouraging students to be alcohol free under 21....
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On Saturday night, April 14th, MADD South Carolina held its 5th Annual Walk Like Columbia, and the event was a huge success!  With a new venue, a new time, and an increased emphasis on engaging law enforcement locally and all...
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